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Love is the Last Word

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May 21, 2021

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Love is the Last Word

All of us are knowers, all the time; it is only occasionally and in spite of ourselves that we understand the mystery of given reality.

– Aldous Huxley –

Love is the Last Word

“To understand anything — another person’s experience of reality, another fundamental law of physics — is to restructure our existing knowledge, shifting and broadening our prior frames of reference to accommodate a new awareness. And yet we have a habit of confusing our knowledge — which is always limited and incomplete: a model of the cathedral of reality, built from primary-colored blocks of fact — with the actuality of things; we have a habit of mistaking the model for the thing itself, mistaking our partial awareness for a totality of understanding. Thoreau recognized this when he contemplated our blinding preconceptions and lamented that “we hear and apprehend only what we already half know.” Generations after Thoreau and generations before neuroscience began illuminating the blind spots of consciousness, Aldous Huxley (July, 26 1894November 22, 1963) explored this eternal confusion of concepts in ‘Knowledge and Understanding’…” Maria Popova shares more. { read more }

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